OnePlus giving some fans the chance to test (and win) the OnePlus 6 before launch

OnePlus giving some fans the chance to test (and win) the OnePlus 6 before launch
OnePlus continues to take fans feedback to heart and is now giving them the chance to test the OnePlus 6 and provide their opinions before the smartphone's launch on the market. Through a special program called The Lab, OnePlus fans can sign up for a chance to check out the OnePlus 6 and, if they're good at testing, they might get to keep the smartphone after the program ends.

The program is only available in those countries where OnePlus officially sells its smartphones, such as the US, UK, Canada, Germany, and India, but anyone can sign up for a chance to test the OnePlus 6 (you'll have to select “other” in the country slot).

You have until May 2 (10:00 pm EDT) to register for The Lab program, while winners will be announced by May 12 (10:00 pm EDT). If you're one of the lucky people chosen to test the OnePlus 6, you'll also get to keep the smartphone. It's worth mentioning that only 15 reviewers will be chosen to go hands-on with OnePlus' upcoming flagship.

However, you'll have to answer a lot of questions related to the OnePlus 6 and technology in general in order to be picked for the testing program. We wish good luck to everyone signing up for The Lab program, as OnePlus 6 shapes up to be a great device.

source: OnePlus via AusDroid

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